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LLC Converter Based PV Water Pumping System With Enhanced User Safety Approach

Anuradha Tomar
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Anuradha Tomar: Netaji Subhas University of Technology, Delhi, India

International Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Information Systems (IJAEIS), 2021, vol. 12, issue 4, 1-12

Abstract: In this paper, LLC resonant converter based Photovoltaic (PV) water pumping is proposed. Commercially, the available PV based water pumping system consists of a non-isolated DC-DC converter, which is suitable for low power applications but results in a less safe operating environment for human. In the case of PV based water pumping systems, the safety of humans should be the main concern, as these systems are normally being operated by farmers, their families and it may possible that they are not that much aware of operational hazards. Therefore, this paper attempts to present an LLC converter based PV water pumping system, considering human safety as a major concern. The proposed system is simulated in MATLABenvironment and results shows that proposed system configuration has no adverse impact on system efficiency and it enhances safety for operating personals. Presented results can be further exploited for hardware verification as the future scope of this work.

Date: 2021
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